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Settlement proposed for Deerfield Plantation Phase 2B and south golf course owner

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SURFSIDE BEACH, SC (WMBF) – Attorneys representing residents in Deerfield Plantation say they are no longer pursuing legal action against the south golf course property owner.

As part of a recent proposed settlement, there will not be any further appeals for the south course and the property owner has agreed not to seek his own lawsuit to recoup the cost of fighting this in court, according to Attorney David Miller of Bellamy Law Firm.

A notice about the settlement for Deerfield Plantation Phase IIB was sent out to residents in Deerfield Plantation Phase IIB this past week; the letter refers to Platt Boulevard and Deerfield Links Drive.

The notice states that if you disagree with the settlement you can object to it at the hearing on September 4, 2015 at 10 a.m. at the Horry County Government and Justice Center, Courtroom 3E, located at 1301 Second Ave., in Conway.

The letter was submitted to the county civil court on July 8th.

This is the second half of the Deerfield community to be involved in a lawsuit.

The lawsuit was filed 10 years ago through the Bellamy Law Firm on behalf of owners in Deerfield asking for the golf community concept to be remained.

The south and north courses were tried at the same time and both lost.

The north side of Deerfield lost all appeals and their land, which used to serve as the fairways and holes on the north side of Platt Drive. That property is already listed for sale.

After the north side lost, it was decided not to proceed with appeals for the south course.

Stay tuned to WMBF News to bring you updates to this story as they become available.

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